I’m a big fan of Mini-Rodini and am always in awe of how seriously they take their ethical and sustainable commitment. So I wasn’t surprised to learn that recently they launched a new limited edition line of organic and up-cycled bedding. I’ve heard of re-hashing last night’s dinner, I do that often… but only they could use leftover fabrics to make blankets and quilts that look as good as these. GENIUS!
I think I have died and gone to baby style heaven. Yesterday I went to the launch of an exclusive collaboration between Liberty and Mamas & Papas for babies and kids aged up to 2 years. It’s bye bye contraceptives time again – the whole collection is worth the sickness, stitches, stretch marks and sleepless nights. Look…
It’s a match made in heaven. Liberty’s world famous prints and mamas & Papas innovative designs.
When I think of watermelon, I think summer days, pips and juice dribbling down my chin. Oh and of course Dirty Dancing, and giving birth. But I digress..I give you my juicy pick of watermelon inspired kids clothing and decor for SS15 that won’t make you all sticky.
First up, one of my fruit favourites is this watermelon cushion from Colette Bream at Scandi Mini £39
The classics are always the best, and what is more classic than a Fairy Tale? There’s something so comforting about reading them to your kids. It’s a trip down memory lane. That said – that brings me back to when they were horrific, up all night, screaming – ugh – I actually I don’t want to go down memory lane. But look…….
A new Royal Baby shall be born this week. I’m almost feeling a bit sorry for the World leaders, other Royals, family and friends who probably have no idea as to what to buy the new Royal It. Let’s assume here that Prince George, like any other big brother or sister, will not be willing to share – so let’s go back to basics. Here are my top 5 suggestions for baby presents fit for our new tiny royal…..
1. My first pressie is PRICEY so I’d suggest it’s really only relevant for Charles and Camilla, the Middletons or maybe a Saudi Price or Two. If anyone knows them – please pass it on. A cot for £31,540. Mmmm.. I wonder what better use you could put that money to! Suommo